Habitual Traffic Offender
What is a Habitual Traffic Offender?
How an Attorney can help.
Criminal Defense--Registry of Motor Vehicles
A habitual traffic offender is a person who has three major moving violations or twelve minor moving violations within a period of five years. Major moving violations include: Driving Under the Influence (DUI), operating a motor vehicle recklessly or negligently, leaving the scene of an accident, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license or operating a motor vehicle without a license, and committing a felony with a motor vehicle. There are a myriad of minor moving violations, some of which include: speeding tickets, driving with an expired inspection sticker, or driving with an unregistered motor vehicle.
When the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) determines that you are a habitual traffic offender, they can revoke your license for four years. This is an automatic revocation based on your driving record. When this happens you need call an experienced Boston license revocation lawyer. At the Boston law offices of Atman and Altman we have been representing individuals that have had their Massachusetts license revoked due to being a habitual traffic offender
We understand how important having your license is, especially for those individuals that rely on their license to make a living. Losing the right to drive can have substantial and immediate economic impact on your life. Our Massachusetts traffic violation lawyers will act immediately to help you restore your driving priveledges.
If you are determined to be a habitual traffic offender, there are several immediate steps you should take. The first is to call an experienced traffic offense lawyer to fully understand your rights and what defenses may be available to you. Additionally, you should stay off the road. If you drive after your license has been revoked, you could get another major moving violation, extending the timeline of when we can get your
Every license suspension is different, and each case is has a different set of circumstances. If you have lost your license due to having too many traffic violations, call an experienced Massachusetts traffic violation lawyer. Our attorneys are available around the clock seven days a week. All initial consultations are free. Give us a call at 617.492.3000 or send an email and we will respond promptly.